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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From Page One.)
SEATTLE, Fd.ruary 3. Dome of St. James Cathedral, one of
largest churches of Pacific coast, collapsed last night from weight of
NEW YORK, February 3. Steamer Takata Maru has hecn aban
doned. American tanker, Silver Shell, which collided with vessel, took
LONDON, February 2. The suicide of Yussof Issed, heir ap
parent to the Turkish throne, is reported in a Reuters dispatch from
Constantinople by way of Berlin. The Ottoman prince cut his arteries
it s rumored. Ill health is given as reason for act.
- The Adezcrul, a newspaper of Bucharest, declares today that
TJreece and Roumana have signed a dual neutrality convention agreeing
not to enter the war.
NEW YORK, February 2. A strike of workmen today tied up
operations in the plant of the American Sugar Refining Company. The
. strickers demand the reinstatement of 3 of their number who had been
discharged, and 8-hour instead of a 10-hour day. 3500 employees are
affected by strike.
BERLIN, February 2. Over-Seas news Agency today announces
the following as semi-official information: "Instructons have been
sent the German ambassador, Count von Bcrnstorff, at Washington,
of such a nature as to give reasonable hope that possible understanding
will be arrived at in Lusitania affair. It is believed that by this move
Germany hopes to end the controversy over the sinking of the big liner
LONDON, February 2. A dispatch from Athens forecasts an
early campaign with large forces in Greece, by the Teuton-Bulgarian
alliance. The reports say that the Germans and Bulgarians, with 150,
000 Turks, arc likely to begin an attack on Saloniki about the middle
of February. The British and French are gathering large supplies at
this port and throwing up extensive fortifications.
HONOLULU, February 2. Honolulu experienced a severe elec
trical storm last night. Mansion of George Beckley, at Diamond Head,
struck by lightning, but fire was extinguished.
Superintendent Forbes may go to Washington in the near future.
Says practical technical man is wanted at the capital. He refuses to
discuss Wilder or politics. Is optimistic overjnogress of Hawaiian affairs.-
Brewery election harks back to former expose. Directors doubt
if legal action will be taken by disgruntled ones. Fred Harrison talks
to help friends, is not working against brewery, but in its interest.
DESMOINES, February 2. Strong force is necessary to back
will of the President. Chief executive of nation tells Iowans that with
out adequate army the navy protests are vacant. America will fight
for right and honor, he says. President says foreign countries are
menacing this country and know United States has not strength enough
TOKIO, February 1. Harry Niles, flying here in memory of dead
Japanese aviator, Ogina, broke his own loop-the-loop record yesterday
y looping backwards.
LONDON, February 2 Last German aerial activity occurred yester
day when Zeppelins killed more than 100 men, women and children, in
eastern1 part of England.
WASHINGTON, February 2. Responsibility for sinking of
steamer Persia cannot be placed on Austria, according to reports re
, ceived at state department from American embassy in Austria.
HALIFAX, February 2. Wireless from the American ship Silver
Shell says she collided with Japanese liner Takata Maru and fears
latter was sunk.
LONDON, Fuebruary 2. Russians are continuing Caucasus fight
ing. London is advised that Turks have quit city of Ezerun.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 2. Col. R. M. Thompson, of New
York, president of Navy League, announced in address last night that
United States needs 2 years to fit men for war. He appeals to coast
SAN DIEGO, February 2. Lt. Willis Bradley, commanding a
detachment of sailors and marines handling relief work in the stricken
Otay Valley, is having to take stringent methods because of greediness
of storekeepers in surrounding cities, who are charging survivors heavy
prices for food.
WASHINGTON, February 1. Customs collector Hamilton, of
Norfolk, Virginia, reported to the treasury department, that the Appam
has carred into an Amercan port, prisoners of war. The report has
been referred to the state department to deal with status of the vessel
entering under these conditions.
PARIS, February 1. Third raid by Zeppelins was foiled last night
by look-outs on the French front. As soon as Zeppelins were reported
anti-aircraft guns started bombarding and Allies' aeroplanes took the
air. The Zeppelins did not proceed towards i'aris.
ROME, February 1. Dispatch to the Giornale Ditali from Petro
grad, says that the situation of the beleaguered Turks in Fezerun, Cau
casus is serious. Gen. von Der Lioltz, who is in command ot lurks in
this region, is besieged in the city with 80,000 men and has but 2 weeks
NEWPORT NEWS, February 1. One of the most remarkable
sea episodes was learned of today when the British steamer Appam,
long overdue at Plymouth, England, was sailed into Hampton Roads
flying the German war flag, and with a German prize crew in command.
The Appam sailed from Dakar, West Africa, for Plymouth, and had
been triven up for lost. Story was told of how a German submarine,
operating off the Canary Islands, had stopped the Appam, captured
her and put the prize crew aboard. From the Canary Islands, the
Appam was sailed boldly across Atlantic towards Newport where already
2 Gei man auxilliary cruisers had slipped in and inurned, avoiding cap
ture by British naval vessels patohng the sea lanes. The Appam arrived
today flying flag of a German arun-of-war She was commanded by
Lt. Berg, of the German navy. Was captured ou January 15. A crew
of 115,; passengers 116; survivors of ships destroyed in German raids
off Africa, 128; German priosoners bound for detention camps in Eng
land, 20; and the prze crew put aboard by the submarine, 22.
CHICAGO, February 1. President Wilson tempers his warning of
lurking danger by modifying his New York speech. The President
tells the people of Milwaukee and Chicago that the navy is ready for
war but there is no cause of apprehension of a national calmity. Huge
crowds greet president.
WASHINGTON, February 1. Senator Reed of Missouri, flails
Roosevelt for his speech Sunday night before the Brooklyn Institute
or Arts and Sciences. He says former president is playing politics in
attacking Wilson's foreign polices.
SAN DIEGO, February 1. Guards bayonet vandals caught loot
in g houses in Otay Valley. United States marines rifle ammunition.
60 bodies recovered and death rate increases. Relief of flood sufferers
now; under way. San Diego faces serious water famine and all railroad
traffic has ceased.
PEKING, February 1. Mongolia joins revolution against Yuan
Shih Kai. 20,000 armed insurgents are said to be marching on Peking.
Insurrection is reported to be spreading south. Monarchist govern
ors bow to the storm and desert to rebel ranks.
LONDON, February 1. Russians again forcing retirement of foes
in trans-Caucasian region, according to dispatches received yesterday.
Moslems routed after heavy fighting.
WASHINGTON, February 1. Representative Britain, of Illinois.
yesterday introduced a bill authorizing the President to open negotia
tions wun iuexico lor ine purcnase ot iower Ualiiortua. In delense
of bill he said the purchase would be mutually advantageous to both
. SAN FRANCISCO, February 1. Private Walker, a military
prisoner at Fort Scott, was shot and killed by a guard yesterday, while
Mewest.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
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MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
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ku, on the second and fourth Satur
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS
Ethel Chislett, Libellant vs. A. M.
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
To A. M. Chislett, Libelee.
You are hereby notified that tho
above entitled suit the same being
for a divorce from you on the grounds
of non-support, is now pending in the
above entitled Court and that the
same will be heard and determined
on Thursday the 13th day of April A.
D. 1916, at 10 o clock in the forenoon
of said day or as soon thereafter as
may be, by the Judge of said Court,
sitting at Chambers.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. II., Feb
ruary 2nd 1916.
(Seal) V. C. SCHOENBERG,
Atty. of Libelant.
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, March 3, 10.
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In lio niallcp rf Ihw Tstnln nf Pnrl
Frederick M. Sommerfleld, lato of
Kuiaha, Maui, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is given to all persons hav
ing claims against the Estate of Carl
Frederick M. Rommerfeld to present
the same to tho undersigned at her
nlace of residence in Kuiaha, Maui
within six months from date of first
publication of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barren.
Administratrix Estate of Carl Fre
derick M. Sommcrfeld.
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1916.
DAY OLD CHICKS White Leg
horn. Black Minorca, Rhode Island
Reds, Buff Orpington. 20 cents eac-li
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting of the
MAUI PUBLISHING COMPANY, LTD
The Annual Meeting of the Maul
Publishing Company, Limited, will be
held in the otllces of I). H. Case, at
Wailuku, Maui, on Wednesday, Febru
er He Sal
m Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 1 0th, I I th and
1 2th, we will hold a "JITNEY'" or 5 c sale.
That our patrons on Maui may take advantage of this won-
Q derful opportunity to get drug store bargains, we have mailed to
such names as are on our Maui mailing list a circular giving a list
of the items that are to be offered in this sale and how to order
Q You pay full price for an article and get a second one tor 5c
10c Articles Will Sell Two for 15c
25c " " " " " 30c
50c " " " " " 55c
$1.00 " " " " " $1.05
$2.00 " " " " " " $2.05
If you did not get a circular in the mail please . telephone or
E call today at the office of the MAUI NEWS for one.
We want every person on Maui to profit by this unusual offer.
Orders are filled in the order received, get yours off in the
f J first mail.
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